We add new printable worksheets, games, and teaching tools all the time! This page highlights some of our most recent additions to the site.

(added May 25, 2016)

Subtract hundreds and thousands on this mental math worksheet. Why was the music teacher locked out of her classroom? To find out, write the answer to each problem. (example: 9,000-4,000)

(added May 24, 2016)

This list features the words snowman, winter, Santa, sleigh, reindeer, lights, elf, wreath, snowflakes, Christmas, carols, holly, angel, merry, and candle.

(added May 23, 2016)

Why was the football stadium very hot after the game? To discover the answer to this funny riddle, students must subtract pairs of money amounts.

(added May 23, 2016)

Where do cows go on Saturday evenings? To find the answer to this funny riddle, solve the multiplication problems. Each problem requires students to multiply a money amount by a single-digit number.

(added May 12, 2016)

Tell whether each angle is acute, obtuse, or right. Angles are within polygons.

(added May 11, 2016)

What did the doctor say to the invisible man? To find the funny answer to this riddle, students will solve a set of 3-digit by 1-digit multiplication problems.

(added May 10, 2016)

Challenge your students to solve these tricky multi-step math problems. Each one requires students to add and/or subtract.

(added May 10, 2016)

Students will need to add and subtract 2-digit and 3-digit numbers to find the answers to these multi-step word problems.

(added May 9, 2016)

Why did the girl eat her homework? To find the funny answer to this riddle, students will need to solve 41 multiplication facts.

(added May 6, 2016)

Olivia needs a great idea for her school's pumpkin decorating contest. Will a mysterious owl in her yard be the good luck she needs for her project?

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(added May 5, 2016)

When playing this game, students roll a die. The number they roll corresponds to a column of math facts on the game board. Students read and answer the facts as quickly as possible.

(added May 5, 2016)

Use these 25 spelling sentences when you give this week's spelling test to your students.

(added May 4, 2016)

Find the products of the numbers in the specified shapes. For example: "Find the product of the numbers in the hexagons."

(added May 4, 2016)

Here's a great list of sentences you can use for administering this week's spelling test.

(added April 29, 2016)

Students will search the classroom for fun facts about rocks and minerals. When they find a fact, they record it on their question sheet.

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(added April 29, 2016)

This file has a set of 30 task cards. Half of the problems are vertical and the other half if horizontal. Use these cards for peer practice sessions, learning centers, or on your classroom document reader.

(added April 28, 2016)

This one makes an illustration of a shooting star in outer space.

(added April 28, 2016)

Count by 6s from 0 to 60. The finished picture is a star shooting through outer space.

(added April 28, 2016)

Cut and glue to create a board game with question cards. Travel to the moon as you answer basic multiplication facts.

(added April 28, 2016)

This is a whole-class chain reaction game for reviewing basic multiplication facts up to 12.

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(added April 27, 2016)

This set of 30 task cards has 4-digit by 1-digit problems for students to solve. Use these for classroom scavenger hunts, small group instruction, or peer study sessions.

(added April 27, 2016)

Here are some sentences you can read when you give the St. Patrick's Day spelling assessment.

(added April 27, 2016)

Learn about the three categories of rocks: igneous, metamorphic, and sedimentary. How does each type of rock form? What are the characteristics of each? Find out these answers and more in this science article.

(added April 26, 2016)

Cut out the words from this week's list, put them in ABC order on the page, and attach them with paste or glue.

(added April 26, 2016)

Write all St. Patrick's Day spelling words alphabetically on the lines provided.

(added April 26, 2016)

The letters in the spelling words are all mixed up. Unscramble them!

(added April 26, 2016)

This page has primary-ruled lines that students can use to write their spelling words.

(added April 26, 2016)

You may choose to read these sentences aloud when giving the end-of-week test.

(added April 26, 2016)

Assemble a word wheel with farm spelling words. One student spins the wheel and reads the words aloud. Another student tries to spell each word.

(added April 26, 2016)

Here is a set of flashcards with this week's spelling words on them. They can be used for small group lessons, practice games, and study sessions.

(added April 26, 2016)

Cut out the word cards at the bottom of the page. Place them in ABC order on the grid. Paste them down with a glue stick.

(added April 26, 2016)

Students can write all of their spelling words alphabetically on this worksheet.

(added April 26, 2016)

Students listen carefully to the words and sentences read by their teacher. They write the spelling words on this page.

(added April 26, 2016)

Unscramble the letters to make spelling words from this week's list.

(added April 26, 2016)

This spelling list has farm words. List: barn, farm, cow, hen, duck, hay, pig, and corn.

(added April 26, 2016)

This list has St. Patrick's Day Words. Word list: All of the words on this spelling list are things you'd find on a farm. Word list: leaf, gold, harp, pot, jig, luck, clover, and green. Star words: March and Irish.

(added April 26, 2016)

This file has 30 task cards with vertical 3-digit by 3-digit multiplication problems.

(added April 26, 2016)

Match the fractions on the left with the equivalent fractions on the right. At the bottom, circle three fractions that are equal. This worksheet includes colorful circle illustrations.

(added April 26, 2016)

With this set of task cards, students will practice multiplying 3-digit numbers by 2-digit numbers. Use these cards for classroom scavenger hunts, for peer practice sessions, or small group instruction.

(added April 26, 2016)

These printable task cards have thirty 2-digit by 2-digit multiplication problems.

(added April 21, 2016)

Read these twenty-five sentences to your students during their spelling test.

(added April 21, 2016)

Here are 25 sentences you can use when you give your students their spelling test.

(added April 21, 2016)

Read this list of spelling sentences out loud to your students as they take this week's spelling test.

(added April 20, 2016)

After skip counting by 6s from 0 to 60, students will then complete an input-output table. After that, they'll write the missing factors in the fact family triangles.

(added April 20, 2016)

At the top of the worksheet, kids will skip count by 4s from 0 to 40. Then they'll complete the input-output boxes. After that they'll complete the fact family triangles.

(added April 20, 2016)

On this printable, students begin by skip counting from 0 to 90 by 9s. Then they fill in a scrambled multiplication table with 9s. After that, they compare numbers and complete a magic multiplication wheel.

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